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Thats the Ticket!-Season Tickets Update 2009/10

Thats the Ticket!-Season Tickets Update 2009/10

Burnley Football Club have now confirmed the new season ticket details for the 2009/10 Premier League campaign on the Official Website

The Clarets are about to play top flight football for the first time in 33 years and demand for season tickets is expected to be high.

All price categories for general sale are still frozen at the standard rates announced previously but it should be noted that the free ticket concessions for under 8s with a free second child in the family stand are no longer available.

Season tickets will now go on general sale from 9.15am on Monday 8th June, after a period for seat swaps.

Seat Swaps

Existing season ticket holders wishing to change their seat must do so between Wednesday 3rd and Saturday 6th June (inclusive) at the ticket office, or by calling 0871 221 1914. After this, all seats go on general sale.

Season ticket sales will be limited to 15,000 people and no further tickets will be made available for the Jimmy McIlroy lower stand. This is to enable an allocation of tickets to be set aside for matchday purchase.

All season tickets will be strictly issued on a first come, first served basis.

7000 current Season Ticket Holders will of course be anticipating news of the Premier League Pledge after the club agreed to provide free season tickets for a season if we got promoted to the Premier League.

The club have announced the following:

Premier League Pledge

Full details of the Premier League Pledge refunds will be announced shortly. However, any season ticket holders from 2008/09 who have not yet renewed should be aware that they will still have to purchase tickets for 2009/10 and will be refunded at a later date, in line with all other season ticket holders who qualify for this refund. Sales start from 9.15am on Monday 8th June and you should be aware that if you qualify for a free season ticket and have not yet renewed, the choice and availability of season tickets for the coming season may be severely restricted.

If you want to know how to buy a 2009/10 Premier League Season Ticket you can visit the Club's Official Website by clicking this link:

Season Tickets 09/10: Re-sale Information



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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Friday May 29 2009
Time: 2:44PM

Comments

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Big smirk here being a season ticket holder and about to get a whole season free at Turf Moor
turfmanphil
29/05/2009 14:50:00
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As someone who lives too far away to justify a season ticket, I am pleased to see they are ruling out the possibility of a season ticket sell out. But I hope their expectations of strong sales turns out to be true.
Couch Potato
29/05/2009 15:17:00
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Well one does wonder since 36000 Clarets managed to get to Wembley how many of those will now be committed (if they can) to going to PL games at Turf Moor and just how much the average gate of 13-14,000 will go up. Capacity is 22000 I think and I have heard there are plans to increase this to 28000,possibly via the ground redevlopment proposals that have recently been put on ice due to the economic downturn.
turfmanphil
29/05/2009 17:46:00
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We will obviously get the glory hunters who will only come on for United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool. Don't mind those who can't always get to games, but its the ones who don't give a toss, just there for the glory
sheclaret
31/05/2009 14:07:00
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I would estimate the average gate will be much nearer the 18-19000 mark next season. I would imagine the average away attendance was may 750ish last season last season whereas this season I would expect it to be nearer 3000. I think all but about 5 times it will basically be a sell out in the away end.
Claretdale
01/06/2009 13:18:00
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Not sure how long it would take to build an extension to Bob Lord Stand (extra tier) to increase gate to 28000 as suggested by Paul Fletcher! While it was being built surely our capacity would be even lower as Bob Lord would be closed to fans? That would not be good in Prem League and god forbid we might be back down by end of 2009/10
turfmanphil
03/06/2009 20:31:00
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well i disagree i reckon that you guys will sell out every home game without a doubt, obviouslly the away games will and should always sell out too. if you are only getting 18-19,000 average gates next season then something is wrong.
bladesforlife1889
04/06/2009 20:40:00
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noticed you guys are also interested in signing kilgallon from us for 5m. that would be a disaster to lose him even for 5m.
bladesforlife1889
04/06/2009 20:42:00
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